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  • FEC Record: Advisory opinions

Pending advisory opinion requests as of June 30, 2019

July 1, 2019

Advisory opinion requests (AORs) pending before the Commission as of the end of the month are listed. Procedures for commenting on pending AORs are described here.

  • AOR 2019-08
    Distribution by a congressional campaign committee of digital blockchain tokens (with no monetary value) to volunteers and supporters as an incentive to engage in volunteer activities (Omar2020; received May 29, 2019).
  • AOR 2019-09
    Using candidate photo and name on nonconnected PAC fundraising merchandise (Mad Dog PAC; received June 4, 2019).
  • AOR 2019-10
    Contribution by political committee to non-profit organization (Price for Congress; received June 5, 2019).
  • AOR 2019-11
    Draft fund with contributions earmarked for pro-life candidates (Pro-Life Democratic PAC; received June 10, 2019).
  • AOR 2019-12
    Technology corporation's provision of low- or no-cost cybersecurity services to federal candidates and political committees (Area 1 Security, Inc.; received June 12, 2019).
  • AOR 2019-13
    Use of campaign funds for child care (MJ for Texas; received June 5, 2019).
  • AOR 2019-14
    Political committee status of state party organization (Arizona Libertarian Party; received June 18, 2019).

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